[tor-dev] Should we disable the collection of some stats published in extra-infos?
rob.g.jansen at nrl.navy.mil
Mon Mar 28 19:01:48 UTC 2016
> On Mar 28, 2016, at 5:04 AM, Karsten Loesing <karsten at torproject.org> wrote:
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> On 25/03/16 16:24, Rob Jansen wrote:
> >> On Feb 11, 2016, at 2:51 PM, Rob Jansen
> >> <rob.g.jansen at nrl.navy.mil> wrote:
> >>> These statistics are being collected for years now, and it
> >>> might take another year or so for relays to upgrade to stop
> >>> collecting them. So what's another month.
> >> Agreed.
> > Hi Karsten,
> > Could you please summarize your current plans regarding stopping
> > or replacing the collection method for sensitive statistics, based
> > on discussions in Valencia? I'm particularly interested in the
> > plans for the client IP and the exit stats that are categorized by
> > exit port.
> Hi Rob,
> are you asking for a summary of our discussion in Valencia or for the
> current state of things?
> Here's a quick update on the two stats you're mentioning:
> - I'm working on replacing client IP stats by implementing stats on
> directory requests by transport and IP version (#8786). I got a bit
> distracted by the fact that we're currently not counting IPv6
> directory requests at all (#18460), but once that's solved, I'll
> resume working on the other ticket.
> - I asked a metrics team volunteer to look at exit stats and the
> possible benefits from gathering them and then forgot about that task.
> I'll look at these stats myself this week.
> I also added an item to the metrics roadmap, so that we can revisit
> this discussion at metrics team meetings:
Ahh, great! This is what I was looking for, thank you Karsten :)
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